I love to run, use mobile technology, and analyze data so you can always find at least one fitness wearable on my body. Under Armour helps make the running data experience even easier with shoes that connect to your smartphone and help coach you without judgement.
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Employees are starting to return to the office with a significant number of offices looking towards a hybrid model for work. With a hybrid model, employees want to have a solid audio experience whether in the office or the home and Jabra is there to help them out.
Coros Vertix 2 announced: New adventure watch with improved GPS, onboard music, and extreme battery life
Coros sets the bar for battery life on GPS sports watches and the newest Vertix 2 continues to push this metric further. In addition, accurate GPS tracking, onboard music, and more health metrics makes it way to this GPS adventure watch.
COROS has an outstanding track record for supporting its hardware with regular feature updates. Updates are now available for Vertix and Apex Pro with updates for Vertix 2 and Apex coming soon.
While Samsung leads the charge in the foldable space, TCL is making strides to offer affordable alternatives for consumers. It made the business decision to hold off on a 2021 release for several reasons, but its prototype looks compelling.
If you want a smartphone to get work done, don't be swayed by a new device that sells you on a need to have the most amazing camera.
Unihertz seems to enjoy success with interesting phone launches on Kickstarter and its latest offering brings 5G, a massive capacity battery, rugged design elements, a decent camera, and a unique rear display.
Last week it was reported that Huawei surpassed Apple in smartphone sales, which reminded me to post this article on how the P20 Pro also beats the iPhone X in digital camera experiences.
While the Apple iPad leads the tablet market, enterprise customers often need something built to handle work outside the office. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro brings a larger display, improved specifications, and integrated Samsung DeX at a price of $599.
As Samsung unleashes its latest flagship phone, Galaxy Note 10 Plus users will naturally start to question whether the new Galaxy S20 Ultra is a better option for the enterprise.